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":? 10A--The Malakofl News, Thursday, May 26, 1983 .OW-CO$ In a warm building on a cold day at can result in what Oklahoma State calls "Oklahoma State University reseat- "remarkably lower" energy bills. chers have achieved the warmth at half About 20,000 are in use around the the cost of fuel otl, propane or electric world, mainly in Canada, Sweden and resistance heating. Germany. They have installed the earth- Heat pumps work like refrigerators coupled, water-source heat pumpin reverse, Bose explains. system that produced the heat. The more common air-source pumps "The greater use of these systems is extract warmth from outside air during limited by lack of public knowledge," the winter, using heat exchangers, a says Dr. James Bose, director of compressor and the low boiling point of engineering technology at Oklahoma Freon to channel warm air into a living State. "Over $47 billion was spent last space. As the temperature dips toward year for other home improvementzero, heat pumps must use resistance projects averaging nearly $10,000 anc heating as a backup--turning into not having a savings payback nearly a~, something like a large-scale hair dryer. attractive. The water-source heat vumv at- The system is comprised of an array tached to the buried, closed-loop of underground plastic pipes filled with system takes advantage of the thermal water and connected to a heat pump. properties of the earth. At six feet un- The earth-coupled system harnesses derground, the temperature stays near constant moderate temperatures a few the region's average annual tern- feet underground. Through a series of perature. In Oklahoma, that is about 62 heat exchangers, it can provide war- degrees. ruth or cooling as well as hot water. Specialized plastic pipe is buried in About 200 homeowners in north cen- lengths of 400 to 500 feet per ton of tral Oklahoma have found the system capacity, either horizontally or in a series of deep verticle holes. Water cir.- culated through the pipe absorbs heat from the earth in the winter and disper- ses indoor heat to the earth in the sum- mer. Cheaper operation provides "an op- pertunity for some very short paybacks on the initial cost" that daunts some homeowners, Bose says. Tests have shown the earth-coupled system saves about 60 percent on hot water costs when compared with con- ventional air-source heat pumps, Oklahoma State researchers say. Program launched to improve lawns The Texas Agricultural Extension Service of the Texas A&M University has launched a statewide program to help homeowners and cities improve lawns and grounds and save money. Called the "Waster Saver Lawn Care Plan," the program emphasizes paying special attention to watering. ome SUNDAY DINNER BUFFET STYLE FROM 11:00 until 2:00 Dinner includes choice of 2 Hot Meat Entrees, 3 Farm Fresh Vegetables, Salad Bat', Hot Rolls and Drink. a BOILED SHRIMP & CATFISH BUFFET ALI, YOU Includes Salad Bar, Fries g Hushpuppies CAN EAT WED., THURS., FRI., & SAT. NIGHTS 6-8 p.m. LUNCH BUFFET SUNDAY THRU FRIDAY 9 5 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. "If you can't go to Mama's -- Come to Alderman's" 6 MINUTES EAST OF THE ATHENS SQUARE ON JACKSONVILLE HIGHWAY 675-6661 CAROLYN CRAIG (right) Patty Self (center). Mrs. Callaway) of Athens has been named plant manager of Donovan-Galvanl's Malakoff plant. She will Craig was welcomed last week by company vice-president Bill lngram. (Staff photo Carolyn Craig of Athens has been ad- meeting delivery dates. She was previously ded to tho management staff of Argon Medical Corp. in Donovan-Galvani's Malakoff plant.Mrs. Craig is married to Kenneth that she worked with Mr. FI~ Mrs. Craig will assume the position of Craig, a self employed mechanic and years as supervisor,, C plant manager. She will be responsible trucker. They have four children, ages time study engineer for monitoring product quality and 21,16,13and6. manager. By [)AVID PYNDUS AUSTIN .... A ball sponsored by Rep. Tom Waldrop, D-Corsicana, establishing the Henderson County ,Juve~ile Board and spelling out the composition of the board has passed the House without debate on the local and consent calendar. HB 2295, which now goes to the Senate for consideration, provides that the board consist of the Henderson County judge, judges of the 3rd and MOth judicial districts and the Henderson County attorney. The judge of the 340th judicial district is designated as chairman of the juvenile board and "its chief ad- Ill II II II II Illl I I P155-13 XZXT S Hlackwall LIST: $73,5:1 PI65/75R13 XZXWWT S WHIrEWALt LIST 582.53 P19S/XWwTTSR14 S WH~T[:WALt LIST $12153 P20S/YSR14 XWWT S WH~[ WALL LIST: $12938 P2~5/'75R 14 XWWT S WHIT[WA[ ~ LIST: $134.73 P205/TSR 15 XAWWT S Writ I t WAr t LIST:S131 63 P21S/?5R15xWWT S WHIII~WALL LIST; $137,15 P22S/TSR15 XWWT S 155-12 XZX Blackwall FET:$1.33 EXCHANGE LIST:$6g.71 FET: $1.33-2.96 WH~TEWAL t LIST: $14t.73 P235/75R15 S XWWT WHITEWALL LIST: $148.63 II Prices good thru May 28,1983 I IIIII I III ~lID 405 East Tyler 675.5712 Manager: Dave Chiles FREE MOUNTING! ministrative officer," the bill states. Waldrop's measure also provides that "as compensation for the added duties imposed on the judge of the juvenile court, the judge shall be paid Malakoff Cemetery Donations In memory of Bunella Dodson D.R. "Pete" Pulley & Glenn Cude Pulley ............................. $50 Mr. & Mrs. Ira Kinsey .............. $15 Nina M. Everitt .................... $15 Lela Belle Dodson .................. $10 W. Smith Dodson Louise Carter ...................... $20 Mr. & Mrs. W.R. Morgan ........... $10 William & Verbie Allen ............. $10 Ann & Bobby Rounsavall ........... $10 Lori & Larry Callaway ............. $10 Mr. & Mrs. J.E. Bien ......... J ..... $10 OTHER DONATIONS Bill Bradshaw .................... $100 Mr. & Mrs. W.E. Campbell ......... $25 memory C.L. Patten & Jimmy Kilgore Mr. & Mrs. J.E. Bien ............... $20 memory of Ellen Kirby & Louis Scholl Royal & Buena Vista Derden ....... $10 memory of Louis Scholl NO WAITING OLD DOMINION, Va. (AP) -- Mark West, a 6-10 basketball player for Old Dominion, got started in the game because he was bored just standing around. "When I was an underclassman in high school in Petersburg, Va.," he said, "I had to wait for a ride home each day because my older brother was practicing with the varsity. I decided to kill time by trying out for the junior varsity. And I made the team." by the county an amount not 1~ $750 a month, to be Other members a minimum of $250 per the legislation, which Sept. 1 if approved by the signed by Gay. Mark White. Waldrop earlier flied a creating the 340th composed of Henderso~ The 12th Annual School will be held at the Hall May 30 through will be held from 8:30 a.m. Swimming, if possible scheduled in 4:30p.m. The school is held each ) port the Trinidad TrG Proceeds from the purchase Classes will be held for Instructors will be majorettes, Laurt Bradley, savall, Jennifer Chandler Thorpe. Band director John school organizer. Each student will tificate, Trophies will be outstanding twirlers at 10 a.I the last day of school. Registration wil from 8 a.m. until 11 a.m. Hall. 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